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December 7th 2022

COP15 on Biodiversity: What Exactly Is "Biodiversity"?
How well do you know the biodiversity of Mont Saint-Hilaire?

December 7th 2022

Introduction to medicinal plants with Abenaki specialist Michel Durand Nolett
Discover the medicinal plants of the Ndakina, the traditional territory of the W8banaki nation on which Mont Saint-Hilaire is located.

December 6th 2022

Where did all those caterpillars go?
This summer, only one year after the outbreak, experts noted the near disappearance of spongy moths in southern Quebec.

November 2nd 2022

Predicting Lyme Disease Risk: Do Deer and Humans Play a Role?
Project funded by the 2022 Gault Research Award may contribute to strategiesto limit the risk of Lyme disease.

October 5th 2022

Notes From the Field
Sending thanks and farewells to our summer interns.

October 4th 2022

The Promise (And Challenge) of Using Drones for Deer Surveys
Project funded by the 2022 Gault Research Award

September 8th 2022

Inspiring young women to protect freshwater ecosystems

September 2nd 2022

New research pavilion will advance understanding of extreme weather events and ecosystem effects

August 4th 2022

New International Partnership with Peruvian and Belgian Field Stations

August 4th 2022

Invasive Species: A Study of Tench and Their Invasion Potential
A study at the Gault Nature Reserve

August 4th 2022

Behind the Scenes With Our Photographer Alex Tran
Photography as a tool for science communication

July 25th 2022

The Gault Nature Reserve is using iNaturalist!
Help us identify and monitor the species of the Reserve.


December 2022

Spongy Moths; COP15; "Up, Down, Up, Down"; ...

November 2022

Predicting Lyme Disease Risk; Notes From the Field; "Getting Warmer..."; ...

October 2022

The promise (and challenge) of using drones for deer surveys; The Birds; New outreach deer exclosures; ...

September 2022

New Research Pavilion; Riparia; Autumnal Enigma; Raspberry; ...

August 2022

Invasive Species; New International Partnership; Serious About Their Seeds; Goldenrod; ...

July 2022

Protecting the Common Snapping Turtle; A Flash of Tropical Colour; Spotted Touch-Me-Not; Anti-tick Tactics; ...

June 2022

2022 Gault Research Awards; Cute as a Button; A Succesful 24 Hours of Science; Horsetail; ...

May 2022

Deer Exclosures; Singing Sensations; 24 Hours of Science; White Birch; ...

April 2022

WINTRE-MIX; A Flash of Rich Brown Amid the Spring Leaves; 24 Hours of Science; ...

March 2022

I see a Deer Here, a Deer There... Are They Everywhere?; The Return of the Glider; Staying on Trails: A Simple Way to Protect Nature; ...

February 2022

The Emerald Ash Borer; Cute as a Button; Skiing in a Winter Wonderland; Yellow Birch; ...

January 2022

Subtle Impacts of Climate Change on Lakes; A Natural Snowshoer; How to Stay Safe While Hiking; ...

December 2021

Deer antlers; Fair competition; Be well-equipped for winter; Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing; ...

November 2021

Tea and Climate Change; Hop to it; Reservation System; Trails Improvement; Important info...

October 2021

Lichen; Virtual Medicine Walk; An Incorrigible Flirt; Annual Passes; Day Passes...

August 2021

Invasive Phragmites; All about ants; REMINDER: Fall schedule; New signage on trails; Medicinal plants; Photography contest ...

July 2021

The more than hungry caterpillar, chatterbox in the treetops, coexisting with wildlife on the Reserve, Blast from the past (Hertel Lake restaurant)...

June 2021

Lac Hertel, an invaluable lab, partnership agreement, One is the loneliest number, tips for a successful hike, Blast from the past...

May 2021

The deers love the flowers too! Annual cards: new fee rates, Did you know? Dedication sprouts, Blast from the past, The Future, Imagined by McGill’s Top Researchers

April 2021



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